It is quite surprising how every once in a while, suddenly many things become more clear. I had been struggling with some thoughts, not understanding some mental philosophy concepts that were roaming around in my brain. A couple of podcasts have managed to provide the vocabulary that I was searching for to help express my thoughts. This post series (of 3) will be a cross between a “dealing with Cancer mental health” piece, a bit of a rant, dash of politics, and a large dollop of what I think is wrong with society today. I will mix this all together in a bowl, bake at 350 for 12 minutes and… Read MoreContinue Reading
Well, it has been awhile. I shouldn’t disappear for so long. So much to catch everyone up on.Continue Reading
So, have you watched the movie? Short summary here – Guy with Cancer diagnosis goes on a long trip, does some discovery along the way.Continue Reading
Another friend has forced Cancer to accept a tie.
Please learn about a young father, teacher, coach, and my friend.
There is much information about online performance, the trick to talking about it on a website is to avoid a passive-agressive pity party. Feedback really appreciated.Continue Reading
Taking another connection to the movie “One Week”, this blog post follows a cancer patient as he rides a motorcycle through the mountains of BC, with the help of some great companions, 3 Minions, and a Hello Kitty backpack.Continue Reading
When you want to set some achievement goals as a Cancer patient – go big, or go home.Continue Reading
I wanted to take a trip, and make it my version of “One Week”. There was no inspiration from a Tim Hortons cup, or other similarities to the movie, and Cancer news is already over a year old. But, I want to take advantage of every opportunity to take advantage of life, before I become a patient that can’t. Road trips for us are fairly common, we drove most everywhere over the years, now as the kids have moved on to their own places and lives, I do more by motorcycle, and hope to continue doing so for many years to come. I delayed my start by a day, mostly… Read MoreContinue Reading